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North Korea launched a ballistic missile, according to Seoul
North Korea launched a ballistic missile, which would have been shot by a submarine, announced Tuesday the South Korean army. © Reuters / Kim Hong-Ji North Korea, pursuing a series of tests started a few weeks ago, launched a ballistic missile, which would have been shot by a submarine, announced Tuesday the South Army Korean.
South Korea is concerned about the recovery by its northern neighbor of missile launches. A new projectile was launched on Tuesday morning towards the sea, according to a communiqué of the Joint Staff of the South, which does not provide further details.
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Pyongyang had tested last month a new anti-aircraft missile and a new hypersonic missile
kim jong-an amaigri and metamorphosed: this crazy rumor that agitates the canvas
© ITAR TASS / BESTIMAGE Kim Jong-An amaigri and metamorphosed: this crazy rumor that agitates the web last June, the north-Korean television s authorized an unexpected remark on Kim Jong-one. His last appearances fuel, at the beginning of October, 2021, the rumor of a double double of the formerly obese leader. Prohibited comment on privacy and health status of their leader, North Korean television has surprised the world commenting on its physique.
This new essay comes a few hours from a meeting scheduled to Seoul between the US, South Korean and Japanese intelligence leaders, to discuss North Korea and other issues reported the South press agency. Korean Yonhap, citing a government source. military representatives and representatives of hundreds of international companies took part in the South Korean capital at the opening of the International Aeronautics and Defense Exhibition (ADEX), a show of unpublished magnitude in South Korea and where they must be presented, among others, hunting aircraft, helicopters and new generation drones.
Death of former South Korean President Roh Tae-Woo .
© AFP / Archives The old South Korean President Roh Tae-Woo, who had played a key role in the 1979 coup before 'Exercise democratically from 1988 to 1993, died Tuesday at the age of 88, reported Yonhap's agency. General Roh Tae-Woo had succeeded his friend the dictator Chun Doo-Hwan, whom he had helped to take power by force nine years earlier but who had been driven by gigantic protests pro-democracy .